Date(s) - 04/03/2022
10:00 am - 11:30 am
Soham Village College
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This is a School Games event which targets those children in KS2 and Year 7 who have been most negatively impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic. When considering which children to bring to this event please consider those children in your school who do not participate in any physical activity and who additionally may be struggling with transitioning or mental health. Places are limited, as we want to keep the festival small to suit the children we are targeting. Please only book a place if you have children in your school who meet this criteria, who you are concerned about and you feel could benefit from this opportunity. The schools eligible for a place at this festival include;
Soham Village College
The Shade Primary School
Isleham Primary School
Kennett Primary School
The Weatheralls Primary School
St Andrews Primary School
Fordham Primary School
Wilburton C of E Primary School
Robert Arkenstall Primary School
The Rackham C of E Primary School
Stretham Community Primary School
Little Thetford Primary School
Sutton C of E Primary School
Mepal and Witcham C of E Primary School
Ely St Johns Primary School
There will be a minimum of four activities on offer and schools will rotate to spend approximately 15 minutes at each station.
Example of stations;
Sport Stacking: Simple games to build confidence, self-belief and determination.
Football Fun Factory: Activities to engage the children, so that they can express themselves, play, make friends and have fun.
Archery: Fun archery based games to encourage confidence, self-esteem and determination.
Yoga: Experienced Yogi Fiona will lead a short taster session of yoga which is designed specifically for children to enjoy.
The focus of this event is to target the wellbeing and resilience of children who have been most negatively impacted by COVID-19.
Each school can bring a maximum of 10 children from KS2 to this event. To enter please complete the details below.
FFF Risk Assessment – Health and Wellbeing Festival
Health and Wellbeing Festival Risk Assessment
Bookings are closed for this event.